ABMA Releases More Details on BOILER 2024

April 18, 2024
Scheduled for May 1-3, 2024, ABMA’s Boiler Technology Conference & Expo will offer key insights and technical innovations.

[Editor's Note: This release previously appeared on HPAC.com.]

The American Boiler Manufacturers Association (ABMA) has announced its inaugural Women in the Boiler Industry Panel and Networking Luncheon at BOILER 2024, set for next spring at the Gaylord Rockies outside Denver, CO.

Celebrating the growing participation and contributions of women in the industry, this event will provide a platform for several accomplished women to detail their journeys for attendees. Their stories of challenges and successes are already inspiring future generations in their respective professional worlds.

Scheduled for May 1-3, 2024, ABMA’s Boiler Technology Conference & Expo will also include key insights and technical innovations, shared in the following sessions: 

  • Enhanced SCR Systems to Address Today's Operational Challenges
  • Firetube vs. Watertube – The Right Boiler Type for Your Application
  • Practical Applications for Hydrogen Firing in Industrial & Utility Size Boilers
  • Installing & Maximizing Ultra Low NOx Boiler Burners – Project Case Studies
  • Rental Boiler Market – The Need, The Process, & The Equipment
  • A Day in the Life of a Boiler Technician – Immersive Role Play
  • Secondary Heat Recovery – Increasing Efficiency & Reducing Emissions
  • Boiler Sales Process – Partnering with a Representative

Bigger, Better

On the exhibit floor, ABMA is once again setting the stage for the largest gathering of the boiler supply chain, with a focus on educating and connecting with those in the purchasing, operation, and maintenance of boilers. BOILER 2024 promises more exhibitors, more attendees, more networking opportunities, and more enlightening sessions and tours.

In response to demand, ABMA has expanded the exhibit area by almost 50% and already secured over 85 exhibitors, surpassing BOILER 2022. The Association now expects roughly 100 industry leaders will showcase their innovative products that continue to advance technology in the boiler room. ABMA also expects attendance now of well over 1,000 attendees.


Earlier this fall, ABMA announced that Staff Sgt. Travis Mills (US Army-Ret.) of the 82nd Airborne will kick-off BOILER 2024 as the opening keynote speaker. A "recalibrated" veteran, motivational speaker, actor, author, and advocate for veterans and amputees, Mills is also the Founder and CEO of the Travis Mills Foundation, formed to benefit and assist post-911 veterans who have been injured in service to our nation. 

Also new to the BOILER 2024 program will be ABMA's first State of the Boiler Industry Leadership Panel, which will be featured during the general session on May 3rd. ABMA President & CEO, Scott Lynch will moderate the panel of industry leaders discussing the opportunities and challenges in the boiler industry including the increasing rate of boiler innovation, investments in renewable technology, product education and workforce challenges, among other topics.

Of particular note, ABMA also announced in November that its membership has now reached a record 142 members, up from 99 members in 2020. This growth is due to recent expansion efforts to include hydronics and more recently to engage manufacturer representatives, as well. 

ABMA has transformed over the last five years to focus beyond the manufacturers and engage more and more of the supply chain. Those initial efforts culminated with the inaugural BOILER 2022 offering, and can now be seen gaining greater momentum with BOILER 2024.

Registration is Open

General registration is now open, with special, early-bird pricing for attendees is available until January 31, 2024. To secure your pass visit: abmaboilerexpo.com/attend.

For more information on BOILER 2024 or ABMA's Annual Meeting in February, visit ABMA.com

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